After Sundays 3/1 over 1.5 goals success in Norway, I've a enjoyed a couple of quiet days with little standing out, however, there is a match from Estonia that I like the look of.
Title chasing FCI Levadia will be looking to cut leaders Flora's advantage at the top to just 2 points with a win against a side who struggle to compete against the leagues stronger sides. Should be a case of how many Levadia can score.
FCI Levadia vs JK Trans Narva (KO 5.30pm)
17 points separate these two as and that should be 20 points come 7.15pm tonight. The hosts are head and shoulders above Trans in terms of quality and with home advantage should rack up a few goals.
The quality gap between the top 4 sides is huge – Levadia on home soil are a tough side to beat and their record this season against the leagues poorer sides is impressive:
- Levadia 5-1 Tallinnia Kalev
- Levadia 8-0 Marduu
- Levadia 5-2 Tulevik
- Levadia 7-0 Tammeka
Todays opponents are of the same ilk and are no better than any of the sides Levadia have already demolished at home – its really just a case of how many they win by.
Trans have seen both sides score in their last 6 matches and with 5 of those seeing them score at least 2 goals, they are more than capable of grabbing a goals, albeit likely consolation.
Levadia are unbeaten in 14 against Trans and have dished out some thumping's, especially at home. Was expecting markets to be set up at over 4.5 goals, so really surprised to see over 3.5 goals being offered at odds against. Happy to take that.